- A man identified as Ibukun Mike has revealed how an official fleeced him and four others of the sum of R11 000
- Ibukun added that the man asked his assistants to collect the bribe on his behalf
- The man added that he was able to secretly capture the official's uniform on his camera to reveal his name
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A Nigerian man named Ibukun Mike has captured the moment he and 4our others paid a bribe to a Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) official. According to him, the event happened on Friday, May 15.
He said the unnamed official asked them to pay the sum to his assistants before he left them. Ibukun said that though they were guilty of passing through a blocked path, the man never issued them receipts for the payment they made.
Ibunkun revealed the name of the man as Hunpegan, an officer at Masa-Masa office in Festac area of the state.
In the videos and a photo he posted on Instagram, he said he was able to capture the name tag of the LASTMA official.
See the video below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a video made the rounds on social media showing the exchange between a motorist and a Nigerian policeman.
In the clip that was shared on Twitter by Alawode-James, OlaJumoke (@oluwaloninyo), a motorist recorded himself before he got to a checkpoint just to showcase what goes on there frequently.
When it was the driver’s turn, he was heard greeting the officer while extending some money to him.
The driver, who was travelling from Lagos to Ife, seemed to have gotten used to the usual practice that is obtainable on that road.
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Rwanda and Algeria ranked second and third on the handful list of 14 countries. Ghana made the ranking in the eighth position, while South Africa, Morocco, and Mali are number 9, 10, and 11 on the list.
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